To meet the extremely diverse educational needs of middle school students with autism, general and special education teachers, support staff, administrators, school psychologists, and other educators must be equipped with the knowledge and skills to provide a range of evidenced-based interventions to students who require different degrees of academic and behavioral support.
This 6-page laminated reference guide by Wendy Ashcroft, Sue Argiro, and Joyce Keohane helps middle school educators meet this challenge by offering quick and easy access to key information about autism along with numerous easy-to-follow, evidence-based teaching strategies and behavior management techniques that will help students with autism succeed in the middle school classroom. Each of the strategies can be adapted to match cognitive ability and chronological age.
A valuable resource for both general and special education teachers, this guide is also a useful tool for other professionals designing Individualized Education Plans (IEPs).
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